The word maydan means a gathering place. And that's what Rose Previte wants her debut cookbook, Maydān: Recipes from Lebanon and Beyond, to be: a way for people to come together around table.
At least 117 people in 34 states have gotten sick from salmonella infections. U.S. health officials believe two brands of cantaloupe — and dozens of fruit cups and medleys — may have been the cause.
250 people applied for five open jobs, hoping to be chosen to help cheesemakers create a creamier cheddar or more melty mozzarella. (This story first aired on Morning Edition on November 22, 2023.)
NPR's Scott Detrow talks with Bon Appetit food editor Rachel Gurjar about creative ways to use up your leftover Thanksgiving ingredients.
At least 45 people were hospitalized with salmonella poisoning linked to recalled whole and pre-cut fruit. The illnesses occurred in a majority of U.S. states and in Canada.
Comfort foods like fish and chips in the U.K. are often cheap dishes with humble origins. But economic headwinds are putting the squeeze on owners of fish and chip shops.
Anne-Marie Bonneau, author of the cookbook The Zero-Waste Chef, has ideas for Thanksgiving leftovers that go beyond turkey sandwiches and pie for breakfast.
A busload of hungry tourists and a restaurant kitchen with a near-empty pantry: What could have been a disaster turned into an improvised recipe that's been pleasing crowds for nearly six decades.
Three Africans ponder the tuber. "There is simply no bad way to prepare sweet potatoes," writes a Zimbabwean. They fueled a Ugandan for his 8-mile run to school. But for one Kenyan they're a big yuck.